1 Clinically oriented neuroanatomy: ?Meridians of longitude and parallels of latitude?
2 The neurological history
3 Neurological examination of the limbs
4 The cranial nerves and understanding the brainstem: The ?Rule of 4?
5 The cerebral hemispheres and cerebellum: Assessment of higher cognitive function
6 After the history and examination, what next?
7 Episodic disturbances of neurological function
8 Seizures and epilepsy
9 Headache and facial pain
10 Cerebrovascular disease
11 Common neck, arm and upper back problems
12 Back pain and common leg problems with or without difficulty walking
13 Abnormal movements and difficulty walking due to central nervous system problems
14 Miscellaneous neurological disorders
15 Further reading, keeping up-to-date and retrieving information
A: The Mini-Mental State Examination
B: Benign focal seizures of childhood
C: Currently recommended drugs for epilepsy
D: Treatment of migraine
E: Epidemiology and primary prevention of stroke
F: Current criteria for t-PA in patients with ischaemic stroke
G: Barwon Health dysphagia screen
H: Nerve conduction studies and electromyography
I: Diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis